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He hopes that she will be his pen-pal, to give him contact with someone that is caring and honest to help him through this nightmare that he finds himself in.
He would then insert a poem, something that would pull at the heart strings and would convey the feeling that he is a sensitive, caring person looking for someone to help him retain his humanity in an inhuman environment.
He will tell her about his commitment offense, the reason he is in prison.
Sometimes he'll tell them that he fail in with the wrong people and he was a victim himself, he had no idea they were going to commit a crime, he was with them at the time and that is how he got to prison.
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Usually, he would claim to have written the poem, while sitting alone in his cell surrounded by violence in a violent place where the only escape, is to put his inter-most thought's and feeling's on paper, that he cannot share with anyone but them.
He knows that this will only be a long distants relationship, a platonic one.
Now these letters were hand written but were identical except for the name of the women involved, and the addresses.
After several nights of processing the mail and every night ten additional letters were going out, all again handwritten, with different names and addresses.
The majority of incarcerated marriages fail due to a large amount of stress and depression that comes with incarcerated marriages.
I personally don’t encourage men to get married in prison but those that do go through multiple break-ups trying to cope with a psychological and emotional commitment without a consistent physical presence.
I sincerely believe if it wasn’t for the pure, compassionate, sincere love, and intimate committed heart of a woman, men would clearly be lonely and hopelessly without affection while incarcerated.